Provided by John F. Heltzel, AIA, PC
John F. Heltzel AIA, PC is pleased to announce the celebration of their 25th anniversary. A small business serving all of Northern Virginia and beyond, the firm began in 1991 as a one-man office, and has grown steadily based on positive referrals by previous clients. The firm handles a variety of projects including office buildings, tenant layouts and residential projects. It provides full architectural services for construction projects, from schematic design, design development, construction documents, engineering to construction administration.
The firm’s project list includes both large and small scale projects with a wide range of complexity including recycling facilities, microprocessor fabrication plants, religious facilities, gymnasiums, and health care facilities.
Some of the firm’s clients include Prince William County Parks and Recreation, George Mason University, the City of Manassas, Domino’s, Gold’s Gym, Remax Realty, the American Red Cross, the USDA, Walgreens, AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Toll Brothers, Andersen Windows Company, PODS and Mantech.
Now in its 25th year, the firm maintains over 85 current projects, a remarkable 28 of which are in Prince William County with 17 in Manassas proper. Just stroll through Old Town Manassas and you’ll see the impact of John F. Heltzel AIA’s work on nearly every block.
The firm is committed to providing architectural services to clients in a professional and efficient manner. They believe that effective communication is the key to a successful project, and they take pride in their unique ability to truly listen to clients as they develop workable designs.
John F. Heltzel AIA, PC has won several design awards and recognitions from organizations including the American Institute of Architects and the Northern Virginia Builders Association. The firm is LEEDS certified. The primary office is located in the Manassas, Virginia with additional offices in McLean, Virginia and Lynchburg, Virginia.
John F. Heltzel AIA, PC believes in a commitment to the community, and has consistently provided support for community organizations, both financially and through contributions of time and services. Over the past 25 years their beneficiaries have included: the American Red Cross, Boys and Girls Club, Habitat for Humanity, Historic Manassas Inc., Homeaid, Manassas Rotary Club, Northern Virginia Family Service, Prince William Chamber of Commerce, and SERVE, Inc.